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Allstate Corp., Northbrook, Ill. (Courtesy: Allstate)

A divided state appellate court refused to accept jurisdiction on an insurance question, after siding with the insurer in a similar case in July.

The Florida Third District Court of Appeal Wednesday rejected an interpretive question on insurance policy language outlining payments for medical companies that treat injured accident victims. It refused a request for a writ of certiorari from Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. to quash lower tribunal rulings in favor of medical providers seeking higher payments under personal injury protection, or PIP, policies.

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